Calvin Harris Dumped Taylor Swift ‘Cause She’s Boring

So why did Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris end their 15-month relationship? My guess, Harris finally realized he was dating a cat lady. Swift’s talented, but already exhibiting signs of cuckoo. Also, Swift is hella boring and collects antiques. Yawwwn.

E! News gets into more of the details from a secret source.

Swift was different from Calvin’s previous girls: “Adam really liked Taylor, she was not the type of girl he ever dates and he liked that. He liked how innocent Taylor was and that she had a good caring heart.

But then boredom set in:“Taylor’s heart was more in it then he was. He started to lose interest over the past few months, but really tried to not just break up.”

Not enough sexy times: “They were just not very compatible in different areas in their relationship. The touring and traveling didn’t help. It seemed like they were more friends than lovers. There were no other women involved with Adam. He did not cheat on her at all. Just not a good match.”

Definitely boredom creeped up: “Taylor was really disappointed in Calvin and felt like he wasn’t there for her. The relationship wasn’t progressing the way she wanted it to. She felt like he wasn’t taking it seriously enough and wouldn’t come through for her when she needed him most. She felt down and like her needs weren’t being met. She doesn’t want to get back together.”

A bunch of meh on Calvin’s part: “Taylor and Adam had no big blowout fight, but the romance just was not there anymore for them. Adam is the one that ended it. It was all done in a very mature fashion. Taylor is pretty upset but they are still in communication. Taylor was there for Adam with his accident and supportive.”

There you have it. Are you surprised that Calvin Harris, a DJ playing to thousands of hot, fun women every night, lost interest in Taylor Swift, who probably owns the world’s largest macrame collection? This dude went from Rita Ora to Taylor Swift. That’s like going from anal to ewww, stop touching my breasts!

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